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Surveillance, policing: the hidden face of teleworking...
Telecommuting is an increasingly popular option for workers, offering work-life balance. However, it also raises questions about the surveillance of employers and the freedom of employees working from home.
Surveillance of employers, also known as coping, is a practice of growing concern. Companies can use software to monitor employee computer usage, websites visited, emails sent and received, and audio and video conversations. While this may seem justified to some employers, it can also be seen as a violation of employee privacy.
Employees may feel constantly watched, which can lead to a drop in morale and motivation. Additionally, some employees may be concerned that their employer may be able to access sensitive personal information, such as passwords, banking information, or health information.
However, monitoring employers can also have positive implications for businesses. Indeed, it can help detect malicious activities, such as data theft or misuse of company resources. It can also help improve employee productivity by providing them with insight into how they are using their time.
It is important to find a balance between the supervision of employers and the freedom of employees in teleworking. Companies should develop clear policies on employee monitoring, explaining why it is necessary and what privacy safeguards are in place.
In addition, employees must be informed of their privacy rights. They have the right to know what information is collected about them, how it is used and stored, and with whom it is shared. They also have the right to opt out of monitoring in certain circumstances, such as when using their personal computer for work.
It's also important that employers provide secure work tools and security protocols to ensure company data is protected and employee privacy is respected. Employees can also take steps to protect their privacy, such as using a personal computer for work, enabling privacy protection on web browsers, using a VPN to hiding their IP address and disabling cameras and microphones when not needed.
In conclusion, the supervision of employers and the freedom of employees working from home are important topics that require a balanced approach. Companies should develop clear policies on employee monitoring, explaining why it is necessary and what privacy safeguards are in place.